Quick question, is the following function implemented in PyODE:
""" void dGeomRaySet (dGeomID ray, dReal px, dReal py, dReal pz,
dReal dx, dReal dy, dReal dz);
Set the starting position (px,py,pz) and direction (dx,dy,dz) of the given ray. The ray's rotation matrix will be adjusted so that the local Z-axis is aligned with the direction. Note that this does not adjust the ray's length.
I looked through the API at what I assumed would be the relevant parts, like the GeomRay class, but didn't see this function. It would be really useful for constructing rays. If not, I suppose I could work up a patch to submit, I don't know what the contribution process is though.
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Nathaniel Troutman wrote:
> """ void dGeomRaySet (dGeomID ray, dReal px, dReal py, dReal pz,
The function is GeomRay.set(p, u). p is a position, u is a rotation.
It should be in pyode-1.2.0, but the docstrings may not have been there.
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